FC Barcelona is expected to send out four players to bring back ‘legend’ Lionel Messi. I think it’s because of the salary cap.
The British media ‘Mirror’ reported on the 17th (Korean time) that ‘Barcelona is pursuing an ambitious renewal of the contract with Messi. First, you need to come up with a financial savings plan.”
The four on the list to be dropped are Ferran Torres, Ansu Fati, Frank Kessie and Jordi Albada.
The reason why Barcelona broke up with Messi in the first place was because of money. Barcelona have been forced into a situation where they can’t match Messi’s salary in 2021. This time, the intention is to secure funds and a salary cap by selling players in advance.
The Mirror said: ‘Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez planned to organize the squad to create financial space for Messi카지노사이트. He scheduled a meeting with four first-team players,’ he explained.
“Barcelona wants to reunite with Messi. However, it continues to be mired in financial difficulties. It can be difficult to bring Messi back,’ he added.
The Mirror reports that Xabi is planning meetings with Torres, Paty, Kessie and Alba. They will be informed that he is not included in the plans for next season.”
Barcelona have won the Primera Liga this season. It has been 4 years since the 2018-2019 season. At the same time, it is the first win since Messi left.
However, Barcelona were eliminated in the Champions League group stage. After that, they went down to the Europa League play-offs, where they met Manchester United and were eliminated again.
It has been successful in its own league, but it has long since lost its former glory in the European competition. Compared to rivals Real Madrid, who still dominate the Champions League.
Therefore, Barcelona desperately need reinforcements.
However, it is a question mark whether Messi’s return can be made in a flash. Like Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi was offered astronomical sums in Saudi Arabia. The American MLS stage, which has good infrastructure and is suitable for retirement planning, also wants Messi.
The Mirror, citing Spanish media outlets, announced that ‘Barcelona must cut salary spending from 600 million euros to 400 million euros in order to sign new players’.